It is necessary that your child receives the essential nutrients especially during the early years for brain development and learning.
The unique blend of nutrients includes Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), polydextrose (PDX), galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS), and Yeast Beta-Glucan. Let's find the answer to how these nutrients work together.
DHA: A key to brain growth and development
Did you know that DHA represents 15% of all fatty acids in the frontal cortex? DHA is a vital fatty acid in the brain and it is a primary structural component of brain tissue, which plays a role in effective communication between brain cells. DHA is essential for brain growth and development, as well as brain function1, including key development areas such as intellectual, motor, emotional/social, and communication skills.
Yeast Beta-Glucan: An ingredient to enhance body’s immune system
The unique blend of ingredients (DHA, PDX, GOS, and Yeast Beta-Glucan) is, specially designed to support more well days4, which means more learning opportunities for his well-rounded development.
PDX and GOS: Dietary fiber and Prebiotic to support digestive health
PDX and GOS work in tandem throughout the large intestine to foster the growth of good bacteria and promote digestive health2,3.
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2.Scalabrin DM, Mitmesser SH, Welling GW, Harris CL, Marunycz JD, Walker DC, Bos NA, Tölkkö S, Salminen S, Vanderhoof JA. New prebiotic blend of polydextrose and galacto-oligosaccharides has a bifidogenic effect in young infants. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2012;54:343-52.
3.Ribeiro TC, Costa-Ribeiro H Jr, Almeida PS, Pontes MV, Leite ME, Filadelfo LR, Khoury JC, Bean JA, Mitmesser SH, Vanderhoof JA, Scalabrin DM. Stool pattern changes in toddlers consuming a follow-on formula supplemented with polydextrose and galactooligosaccharides. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2012;54:288-90.
4.Li F, Jin X, Liu B, Zhuang W, Scalabrin D. Follow-up formula consumption in 3- to 4-year-olds and respiratory infections: an RCT. Pediatrics 2014;133:e1533-40.